The End of the Tito Era: Yugoslavia's Dilemmas

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The End of the Tito Era: Yugoslavia's Dilemmas

By Slobodan Stankovic
Hoover Press, 1981
154 pp. $9.95

In the year since Tito's death, Yugoslavia's situation and outlook have been marked by uncertainty and confusion despite the absence of acute crisis. Radio Free Europe's long-time Yugoslav expert, who has a deep knowledge of the country and its problems, shares some of it here, but his book tends to reflect the confusion rather than clarify what the new directions are or will be. The general forecast, in any case, is a pessimistic one.

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